Advanced Electronic and Electrical Engineering MSc

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Advanced Electronic and Electrical Engineering MSc
About the course
The Advanced Electronic and Electrical Engineering MSc
is hosted by the Department of Electronic and Computer
Engineering and is designed for students who wish to pursue
a broad programme of advanced studies in this field. The
programme offers a wide range of specialist modules leading
to many diverse career pathways on graduation. Compulsory
modules ensure there is depth and breadth in key areas
of electronic and electrical engineering, notably: sensors
and instrumentation, control, photonics, power electronics,
telecommunications, intelligent systems, digital and analogue
electronics and embedded systems.
Advanced Electronic and Electrical Engineering MSc Course Director: Dr Roger Powell
Contact us
Tel +44 (0)1895 265834
Email [email protected]
The course comprises lectures, tutorials, laboratories,
group projects, presentations and a major research-based
dissertation project. External lectures and research seminars
will enhance your experience and highlight the application of
the technologies in industry.
Here’s a taste of what you can look forward to:
Typical modules:
Project Management
Advanced Analogue Electronics and Photonics
Applied Sensors, Instrumentation and Control
Group Project
Power Electronics and FACTS
Optional modules: choose three, with at least one on digital
electronics (Analogue Integrated Circuit Design, Embedded
Systems Engineering, DSP for Communications, Intelligent
Analogue Integrated Circuit Design
DSP for Communications
RF & Optical Communication Systems
Embedded Systems Engineering
Intelligent Systems
Computer Networks
Special features
The Electronic and Computer Engineering discipline is one
of the largest at Brunel University, with research contracts
totalling £7.5m and strong links with industry.
A wide range of research groups include academics and
research staff and students. The groups are:
Media Communications
Wireless Networks and Communications
Power Systems
Electronic Systems
Sensors and Instrumentation
Our laboratories have excellent facilities to support the
research work and courses. We have comprehensive
computing resources in addition to those offered centrally
by the University. The discipline is particularly fortunate in
having extensive gifts of software and hardware to enable
us to undertake far-reaching design projects.
The current job market highlights a growing demand for
specialists in:
Sensors and instrumentation
Embedded systems
Signal processing
Intelligent systems
Sustainable systems
At Brunel we provide opportunities and experiences within
your degree programme and beyond: work-based learning,
professional support services, volunteering, mentoring, sports,
arts, clubs, societies and much more. We encourage you to
make the most of them, so that you can make the most of
Mode of study
1 year full time
Start date
Entry criteria
UK first class or second class honours degree or equivalent
internationally recognised qualification in electrical or
electronic engineering or a closely-related discipline.
Fees 2016/17
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